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  • Arizona ranked No. 18 state most impacted by immigration

    Arizona was ranked as the No. 18 state most economically impacted by immigration, according to a personal finance website.
  • Asylum seekers worry new US policy will mean more waiting

    TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) — Eusebio Gomez thought his arduous journey to the U.S. and monthslong wait in the border town of Tijuana, Mexico, would end when he made it to American soil. But a shift in the Trump administration’s immigration policy could mean more waiting. The Mexican government said Friday that the United States plans […]
  • What’s next for No More Deaths after latest convictions of volunteers?

    U.S. Magistrate Judge Bernardo Velasco found four No More Deaths volunteers guilty of misdemeanor charges for trespassing on a national wildlife refuge.
  • System used to check workers’ legal status unavailable during shutdown

    A government-run system that verifies workers' legal status is unavailable due to the partial federal government shutdown.
  • Arizona Chamber backs bill lowering college tuition for DACA recipients

    The Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry is working with state lawmakers on a bill to create a reduced tuition rate for DACA recipients.
  • Politics, economics drive drop in immigration from Mexico

    The number of Mexican-born immigrants in the United States dropped by about 300,000 from 2016 to 2017, according to Census Bureau data.
  • US fires tear gas across Mexico border to stop migrants

    TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) — U.S. authorities fired tear gas into Mexico during the first hours of the new year to repel about 150 migrants who tried to breach the border fence in Tijuana. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a statement later Tuesday that the gas was used to target rock throwers apart from […]
  • ICE keeps dropping off busloads of migrants at Phoenix-area churches

    The steady flow of asylum seekers through Valley houses of worship continued Friday when ICE dropped off two busloads of migrants at a Phoenix church.
  • Cuts in refugee admission defended as necessary, decried as ‘disastrous’

    Three months after the Trump administration cut the number of refugees the U.S. will accept, aid groups in Arizona say they are feeling the effects.
  • ACLU of Arizona sues ICE for access to records about traffic stops

    The ACLU of Arizona filed a lawsuit against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for not turning over records about traffic stops.